New Delhi, October 19
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday requested Union Surroundings Minister Prakash Javadekar to carry month-to-month conferences with the CMs of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and UP to curb air air pollution within the Nationwide Capital.
He stated there was an absence of political will on the stage of the states to handle the issue of stubble burning.
In a digital press briefing, he stated the affected states had been unable to discover a resolution to cease stubble burning and forestall air air pollution. The crop residue could possibly be biodegraded or transformed into biogas, coal and even cardboard.
Kejriwal stated he agreed with Javadekar that air air pollution was not restricted to 1 state.
He, nevertheless, added that Javadekar had stated it could take not less than 4 years to regulate air pollution, however he believed if all states and political events “work truthfully by protecting apart their political variations then we are able to examine air air pollution in a lot lower than 4 years”.
He stated: “Though scientists and engineers have come out with options to scale back the incidents of stubble burning, there isn’t a political will to undertake these strategies.” — PTI